Here I am with another "philosophical" question about composition. I asked about piano sketch in my "condition" and you people gave me some very precious advices so I'll try to ask some other thing. How do you deal with little time for composing? I mean how full time workers like me deal with creativity when they came back from a day of working and maybe they have only a pair of hours to play something? The most complicated phase of composing is the "creation" part when you think about rhythm, themes and other things for your track. Could you break this process to came back to it maybe the day after and so on? Is this dangerous to the result you want to achieve. When I create something I feel very focused and I feel like I could stay like this for hours, then I have to stop to go to bed and maybe the day after it is not the same think and maybe I loose what I've done the day before. How do you deal with this? How do you stay focused on an objective for maybe a week or more when you have to do many other things? I record everything cames to my mind, I wrote it down maybe but I feel like I loose something while time flows away. Let me know what do you think and maybe what is your "method" to stay focused even if life brings you away from music... Thank you.